Poké Ball Plus

The Poké Ball Plus is a peripheral coming out for Pokémon Let's Go Pikachu & Let's Go Eevee. This peripheral acts like a controller, allowing for you to control the game. However, in addition to this, you have the ability to send a Pokémon to the device and have the device act like a Pokémon GO Plus in Pokémon GO.

When you have a Pokémon in the PokéBall Plus, you'll be able to hear it through the speaker and interact with it slightly through motion of the device by holding down the stick for two seconds. To mute it, press the control stick and top button simultaneously, and do it again to unmute.

There's a support mode accessed by holding both buttons down for 5 seconds which can then be exited by pressing the stick down. It has three elements which you can cycle through with the top button.

  • Battery mode. The light on the Poké Ball Plus will show battery remaining. Red indicates battery is less than 30%. Yellow indicates the battery is between 30% & 70% while Green indicates it's above 70%
  • Pair Reset - When the light is blue, if you hold both buttons down again for over 5 seconds and it'll unpair with all devices it has been paired with
  • Data deletion - When the light is white, if you hold both buttons down for 5 seconds, it will wipe all data currently on the Poké Ball Plus including the details of the Pokémon you're strolling with. Do note, this doesn't delete the Pokémon from your Let's Go save file.
Mew

For a limited time, when you purchase a Poké Ball Plus, it comes with a Mew. This Mew is the only way you can get a Mew in the Pokémon Let's Go Pikachu & Eevee games. This is done through the Mystery Gift feature when the Poké Ball Plus is connected to the game. To retrieve the Mew, you require an Internet connection but do not need a Nintendo Online subscription.

Mew
Level 1
OT:Yours
ID:Yours
Hold Item:
None
Any Nature.
Date of Receiving
Poké Ball Plus. Apparently had a fateful encounter at Lv. 1
Pound
Going For A Stroll

With the Poké Ball Plus, you have the capability to put a Pokémon from your storage in Pokémon Let's Go into the Poké Ball Plus. This does not remove the specific Pokémon from the game. To do this, go to save your game and there will be an option to Take Your Pokémon for a Stroll. If you have received the Mew from the Poké Ball Plus, you can put a Pokémon into the Poké Ball Plus. You can do this for multiple Poké Ball Plus devices at any one time..

When in the Poké Ball Plus, the Pokémon can be played with by pushing down the control stick for two seconds. There, it goes into a play mode where, if you shake the device gently, you can play with the Pokémon with varying results which net you bonuses. These bonuses are exclusive to Pokémon Let's Go. The Pokémon will also sometimes call out to you which requires you to press the top button to respond.

If the Poké Ball Plus is connected to Pokémon GO while a Pokémon is in it, the Pokémon will receive special bonuses as well. The more you succeed in catching Pokémon and do other things such as spin-stops, the more bonuses you get.

When you receive your Pokémon back from the stroll, based on what it did during it, you will get an amount of experience to Level Up and a variety of item rewards. It event includes the Species specific Candy as a reward, so for some Pokémon like the Legendary Pokémon, this is one of the only ways to get species specific Candy. However, it's not just for the Pokémon in the ball, you may also receive the candy for the Pokémon that you have out of its Poké Ball in the game.

Sometimes, you will hit certain milestones with your Pokémon. When you hit these milestones, you'll get an additional reward of a species specific candy. You'll get one Candy for each milestone met upon returning the Pokémon to your game

Name Feature Milestones
Walked Together Amount of Steps walkedEvery 10,000
Worked Hard in Pokémon GO Poké Ball Plus used for Pokémon GOEvery 250
Helped in Pokémon GO Successful capture, spin with Poké Ball Plus in Pokémon GOEvery 100
Callout out to player The Poké Ball Plus vibrated and lit up randomly to call for trainer
Replied to a Callout The user shook the Poké Ball Plus when it called out
Played Shook the Poké Ball Plus in time in Play modeEvery 1,000
Enjoyed Playing Had a successful play in play mode
Enjoyed Playing Very MuchHad a successful play in play mode

List of Item Rewards

Picture Name Effect
Courage Candy A candy that is packed with energy. When given to a Pokémon, it will increase that Pokémon’s Sp. Def stat.
Courage Candy L A big candy that is packed with energy. When given to a Pokémon at Lv. 30 or higher, it will increase that Pokémon’s Sp. Def stat.
Courage Candy XL A huge candy that is packed with energy. When given to a Pokémon at Lv. 60 or higher, it will increase that Pokémon’s Sp. Def stat.
Golden Nanab Berry A Berry that calms wild Pokémon you’re trying to catch drastically when given to them.
Golden Pinap Berry A Berry that makes you drastically more likely to get an item when given to Pokémon you’re trying to catch.
Golden Razz Berry A Berry that makes it drastically easier to catch Pokémon when given to them.
Health Candy A candy that is packed with energy. When given to a Pokémon, it will increase that Pokémon’s HP.
Health Candy L A big candy that is packed with energy. When given to a Pokémon at Lv. 30 or higher, it will increase that Pokémon’s HP.
Health Candy XL A huge candy that is packed with energy. When given to a Pokémon at Lv. 60 or higher, it will increase that Pokémon’s HP.
Heart Scale A pretty, heart-shaped scale that is extremely rare. Some people are happy to receive one.
Mighty Candy A candy that is packed with energy. When given to a Pokémon, it will increase that Pokémon’s Attack stat.
Mighty Candy L A big candy that is packed with energy. When given to a Pokémon at Lv. 30 or higher, it will increase that Pokémon’s Attack stat.
Mighty Candy XL A huge candy that is packed with energy. When given to a Pokémon at Lv. 60 or higher, it will increase that Pokémon’s Attack stat.
Nanab Berry A Berry that calms wild Pokémon you’re trying to catch slightly when given to them.
Pinap Berry A Berry that makes you slightly more likely to get an item when it’s given to Pokémon you’re trying to catch.
Quick Candy A candy that is packed with energy. When given to a Pokémon, it will increase that Pokémon’s Speed stat.
Quick Candy L A big candy that is packed with energy. When given to a Pokémon at Lv. 30 or higher, it will increase that Pokémon’s Speed stat.
Quick Candy XL A huge candy that is packed with energy. When given to a Pokémon at Lv. 60 or higher, it will increase that Pokémon’s Speed stat.
Rare Candy A candy that is packed with energy. When consumed, it will instantly raise the level of a single Pokémon by one.
Razz Berry A Berry that makes it slightly easier to catch Pokémon when given to them.
Silver Nanab Berry A Berry that calms wild Pokémon you’re trying to catch when given to them.
Silver Pinap Berry A Berry that makes you more likely to get an item when given to Pokémon you’re trying to catch.
Silver Razz Berry A Berry that makes it easier to catch Pokémon when given to them.
Smart Candy A candy that is packed with energy. When given to a Pokémon, it will increase that Pokémon’s Sp. Atk stat.
Smart Candy L A big candy that is packed with energy. When given to a Pokémon at Lv. 30 or higher, it will increase that Pokémon’s Sp. Atk stat.
Smart Candy XL A huge candy that is packed with energy. When given to a Pokémon at Lv. 60 or higher, it will increase that Pokémon’s Sp. Atk stat.
Tough Candy A candy that is packed with energy. When given to a Pokémon, it will increase that Pokémon’s Defense stat.
Tough Candy L A big candy that is packed with energy. When given to a Pokémon at Lv. 30 or higher, it will increase that Pokémon’s Defense stat.
Tough Candy XL A huge candy that is packed with energy. When given to a Pokémon at Lv. 60 or higher, it will increase that Pokémon’s Defense stat.
Species Specific Candy The candy exclusive to the species of Pokémon i.e. Bulbasaur Candy for Bulbasaur evolution line, Meltan Candy for Meltan Evolution line etc.
 
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